I can think of several applications which can exceed the 2 GB per application limit of 32-bit OSes. It won't be long until a significant portion of new games are pushing the limit.Nope! Very little requires more than 3gb of memory! And if something does then its poorly written.
Nope! Very little requires more than 3gb of memory! And if something does then its poorly written.
Battlefield 2142 comes to mind.
I must agree with this. 64 Bit is not really needed yet and 2GB is pretty much the sweet spot. Only professional video/music/CAD users really need the extra memory and bandwidth that 64 BIT can offer.
All the Battlefield series are among the worst coded games in recent history. There are plenty of other games that have superior graphics and gameplay using less.
But I still have to say that Vista 64 is a completely different animal than XP 64. There is pretty good support this time around so hopefully devs will start using it more. I also stand by that even though the average user could probably not install it correctly, the power users (which most of us on forums like this are) could.
There is pretty good support this time around so hopefully devs will start using it more.
Hey guys, just installed Vista X64 on my new machine (On air) and it seems that when i want to open Coretemp, i get a driver signature error message or something like that. How do i get rid of that ?
I have disable UAC too. Was getting bored of "allow" ...